World Cup match ball raises funds for March church

PUBLISHED: 09:20 24 June 2010 | UPDATED: 09:20 24 June 2010

At the Trinity Mini Market last Saturday a raffle was held for one of the controversial match balls currently being used at the World Cup in South Africa.
Known as the Jubalani ball it was one of a limited edition brought back from South Africa by Trinity Bowls Club member Patrick Bennett( Pictured) who generously donated the ball to Trinity to help raise money for church funds.

At the Trinity Mini Market last Saturday a raffle was held for one of the controversial match balls currently being used at the World Cup in South Africa. Known as the Jubalani ball it was one of a limited edition brought back from South Africa by Trinity Bowls Club member Patrick Bennett( Pictured) who generously donated the ball to Trinity to help raise money for church funds.

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ONE of the controversial match balls being used at the World Cup in South Africa has been raffled to raise funds for a March church.

At the Trinity Mini Market last Saturday a raffle was held for one of the controversial match balls currently being used at the World Cup in South Africa.
Known as the Jubalani ball it was one of a limited edition brought back from South Africa by Trinity Bowls Club member Patrick Bennett( Pictured) who generously donated the ball to Trinity to help raise money for church funds.

The Jubalani ball, one of a limited edition, was brought back from South Africa by Trinity Bowls club member Patrick Bennett generously donated the ball to raise funds for Trinity Church.

A raffle for the ball was held at the Trinity mini market and was won by a church member for her son.


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